Category Archives: Nintendo
It’s that time of the year again! Time for us to test out the new Just Dance 2015 on Wii U.
We tell you what you need to know and show you how the game works with the help of our dancing girl
Camp Pokémon is a new and free app that introduces the younger audience to the wonderful world of Pokémon. The game has several mini-games to offer, all in the world of the famous creatures. We played the game as well and tell you what it’s all about in our quick video review with a lot of off-screen footage.
You can find the video after the jump.
The Super Smash Bros franchise is a legendary franchise. Since the very first game on Nintendo 64, it brings everything you know and love about Nintendo in one special place. Only one Smash game releases on every console, but this year we’ll be able to play the game on two different consoles. Today we tell you more about the fantastic 3DS version.
The LEGO Company has a lot of franchises to create some games. Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Marvel… All of those worlds could be the setting for a new LEGO game. The newest LEGO game however, takes inspiration out of an in-house franchise: Ninjago. Let’s see how good those LEGO ninjas really are.
Hyrule Warriors isn’t your traditional Zelda game. Instead of a classic Zelda game, it’s a crossover between the Dynasty Warriors franchise and the Legend of Zelda franchise. At first this might sound weird and farfetched, but in reality, the game is shaping up to deliver a special kind of fun.
One of the most anticipated games of last year finally arrived on different consoles. Watch Dog’s first trailer was so unbelievable, since it was the first step to next gen: different new mechanics, a big open world, and an interactive environment… The bar was set high and it became even higher when they delayed the game. Will the game rise to one of our favorite games or will it crash like a phone being hacked?
Mario Kart only releases once on every Nintendo system. That’s why a new Mario Kart game has to be as good as possible. We had the opportunity to play the final version of Mario Kart 8 on the Wii U and were convinced this is the game the Wii U really needs. In this review we give you eight different reasons why you need to buy this game on your Wii U system.
Once in a while there’s that unique game you just can’t stop thinking about. Since you’ve played it, you want to tell the world just how great it was and share experiences with others. It’s not that often that a game catches us by surprise but this beautiful Child of Light is without a doubt something else.
Nintendo’s cute little pink blob is back for a brand new adventure on the Nintendo 3DS. It’s the first Kirby game for the system and it has a lot to offer. The game is more than your regular Kirby game, when you buy Triple Deluxe, you buy three games for the price of one. Although not all are that great to play, it’s a great deal in the end.
It’s been a while since the last Mario Golf game was released. Now the wait is finally over thanks to Mario Golf: World Tour, only for Nintendo 3DS. Although golf isn’t an easy sport to understand nor to master, this World Tour is a very enjoyable Mario sports game.